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This man always knows where his orchidometer is

We recently discovered that an old episode of the BBC panel show Would I Lie to You? featured a very familiar Andrology Australia product:

For several minutes the Andrology Australia Orchidometer was robustly discussed and passed around, and some alternative uses were suggested (not all of them entirely wholesome). But we do wonder if some extra comedy value might have been lost here—particularly for the UK audience—if only someone had noticed that it is an Australian product (“Andrology Australia” is printed on the side of the 20, 25 and 35ml beads).

While we’re at it, the panellists wanted to know why someone might need to know the size of testicles in humans, and why some of the orchidometer beads are are so small. We have an answer for that.

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